Congrats to Pat Murray and hard luck Barney. Well done to all the competitors who take part in, at times, very heavy rain. Many thanks to all who helped make the event a great success, especially the squeegee licence holders 😀
Clontarf's Pat Murray. Picture by Pat Cashman Clontarf’s Pat Murray will be going for his fifth victory in the Munster Mid-Amateur Championship after rounds of 70 and 71 gave the Tipperary man a two-stroke lead heading into the final round at Newcastle West. Murray leads on one-under par 1
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This format is proving very popular and is keenly contested by visitors, members, ladies and gents. This month’s winners were the four amigos who have been great supporters of our competitions. Well done to all competitors. 1st. John Geoghegan (17), Tim Kelly, (20) Eamonn Scannell (14), Gerry Murphy (22) 107 pts ( back nine... read more
Contrasting conditions made today’s contest very challenging. Coming out on top was the in form Billy Crowley. Congrats to prize winners and well done to all who braved the torrents. 1st. Billy Crowley, (15) 36 pts. 2nd. Brian Lenihan, (2) 35 pts. Best Gross, Thomas Sexton (4) 27 pts. CSS Home; 35 pts. CSS Away; 35 pts.... read more